Up to N300 Mbps Wireless Speed*
Transmit your wired router's connection wirelessly in another room.
Up to 200 Mbps Wired Speed**
High speed wired internet coverage through your home's wiring.
Connects to any Ethernet-enabled device with a network port.
1 Fast Ethernet Port
Creates a wired connection for one device.
Plug and Play
Simply plug each adapter into wall outlet and sync to router and Ethernet-enabled device
WPS Push-Button Security
"Secure Connect allows easy and secure pairing of devices with the push of a button"
802.11n works seamlessly with b/g/n Wi-Fi devices
HOW DO POWERLINE ADAPTERS WORK?
Powerline adapters expand your network by using your home wiring like an Ethernet cable, sending the Internet signal from your router to any active power outlet. This means you can use your adapter just like an extra Ethernet port, to connect wired devices without rewiring your home. The PLWK400 also functions as a wireless range extender, to increase wireless signal strength across your home network.
- Model Name:
- Network Standards:
HomePlug AV, IEEE 801.11b/g/n, 802.3, 802.3u
Fast Ethernet (10/100)
Powerline, Ethernet, Wireless, Wi-Fi Protected Setup, Power
Wi-Fi Protected Setup, Easy Connect, Reset
- Wireless Encryption:
128-Bit AES Link Encryption
- Power Input:
100-240V AC, 50-60Hz
- Operating Temperature:
32 to 104F (0 to 40C)
- Storage Temperature:
-4 to 158F (-20 to 70C)
- Operating Humidity:
10 to 85% Noncondensing
- Linksys Powerline HomePlug AV Adapter with Wi-Fi, PLW400
- Linksys Powerline HomePlug AV Adapter, PLE400
- CD with Setup Software and Resources
- Quick Install Guide
- 2 Ethernet Cables
** Maximum performance for the Powerline AV Network Adapter is derived from HomePlug Powerline Alliance HomePlug AV specification. Performance depends on many factors, conditions and variables, including volume of network traffic, home wiring construction, operating system used, mix of networking products used, interference from other electrical devices, age of home wiring, wireline range and coverage as determined by wiring route or path between devices and other adverse conditions. Power outlets and electrical wiring must all be part of the same electrical system.